Maybe Your Sleep Problem Isn’t a Problem - The New York Times

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“Companies can use the knowledge about circadian rhythms as a competitive advantage,” Ms. Kring said. And maybe they already are. The term “chronotype diversity” is starting to find traction, as business managers explore concepts like team energetic asynchrony: staggered work schedules to make sure all workers are working at peak efficiency. It is about time. Let’s say the whole world finally wakes up to the idea that we night owls are more than laggards and sleepyheads.

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